Cheeze Whiz Lyrics – From the Archives

From long, long ago, I found this list of alternitive Police lyrics inspired by cheez whiz. From none other than Mr. John Arley Burns. Enjoy!


CHEEZE WHIZ (roxanne): 1

Cheeze Whiz you don't have to sit on the shelf tonight The holocaust is over, let's eat our processed cheeze, alright! Cheeze Whiz you don't have to be the pawn of KRAFT tonight; Walk the shelves for money, you don't have to sell your body to the Right. Cheeze Whiz You don't have to sit on the shelf tonight Cheeze Whiz You don't have to sit on the shelf tonight Cheeze Whiz Sit on the shelf tonight Cheeze Whiz Sit on the shelf tonight Cheeze Whiz Sit on the shelf tonight Cheeze Whiz Sit on the shelf tonight I've feared you since I bought you I wouldn't spread without you; I have to tell you how consitent you are, How you're heated to 150 degrees. I know your taste is made up, So put away that milk cup. Spread it once, spread it again, It's a bad cheeze.

CAN'T STAND LOOSING CONSISTENCY (can't stand loosing you): 2

I've melted you so many times today, And I guess it's all tru what the labels say I see you sent my VELVETTA back and my proof of purchase and it was scratched You'll be sorry when I'm spread And all this cheeze will be on your head.

CHEEZE FOOD IN A BOTTLE (message in a bottle): 3

Just a processed food Nothing real in me-o; Another phony food in a factory-o. My artifical cream Not a man could bear-air; feel my creaminess running through your hair-o. I'll send an SOS to my tongue I'll send an SOS to my tongue I hope that someone eats my I hope that someone eats my I hope that someone eats my Cheeze Food in a Bottle. A year has passed since my expiration date But I'm as good as I was from the start; Only my preservatives can keep me together; Love can mend your life, CHEEZE FOOD can make you fa-aaart. I'll send an SOS to my tongue I'll send an SOS to my tongue I hope that someone eats my I hope that someone eats my I hope that someone eats my Cheeze Food in a Bottle. Woke up this morning, don't believe what I saw; A hundred gallons of processed cheeze Sitting on the floor. Seems my dream came true about cheeze food A hundred billion tons of goo From the factory floor. I'll send an SOS to my tongue I'll send an SOS to my tongue I hope that someone eats my I hope that someone eats my I hope that someone eats my Cheeze Food in a Bottle. Sending out a Food Recall (repeat and fade)

SITTING ON THE SHELF (walking on the moon): 4

Giant carts are what you take, Walking through the store. I hope you'll pick me up, Walking through the store. I'll be here forever, Sitting on the shelf. I could keep forever, Sitting on, sitting on The shelf. Will you come and pick me up? Sitting on the shelf. Will I make your wife throw up? Sitting on the shelf. Am I made of leather? Sitting on the shelf. You could squeeze forever, Sitting on the shelf. Some may say, I'll go bad some day; No way, I'm reinfored with artificial whey, I'll stay I'm garunteed t

DON'T SQUEEZE SO CLOSE TO ME (don't stand so close to me): 5,13

New Cheez Whiz, the subject, of consumer fantasy. It wants you, so badly, Just pick up and squeeze! The other cheezses, so jealous, you know how bad cheeze gets; Sometimes it's not so easy to be the spreadable cheeze pet. Temptation, frustration, So bad it makes him eat. On a sandwitch, the bread's waiting, His slice is warm and dry. Loose cheeze in the factory, To blend they try and try; Oh no, it's not melting, Genetic engineering gone arwy. Don't squeeze so close to me.

Goo goo goo, goo goo goo (de doo doo doo, de da da da): 6


EVERY LITTLE THING SHE MAKES IS PROCESSED (every little thing she does is magic): 7


IMPERVIOUS ONE (invisible sun): 8


CHEEZE IN A VERY FIGURATIVE SENSE (spirits in the material world): 9

There's a yellowish solution in our blended constitution Milk is only an illusion This is a cheezey revolution! We are cheeze in a very figurative sense Our so-called natural feel Though we may appear bright yellow - Is only 51 percent real for all you know, we're made of jello. We are cheeze in a very figurative sense Where does the real cheeze lie? There is nothing left but nylon Why does this label lie? This is surplus army pylon. We are cheeze in a very figurative sense

EVERY SQUEEZE YOU TAKE (every move you take): 10

Every squeeze you take, Every sandwich you make; Every polymer you break Every spread you bake, I'll be squeezing you. Can't you see... That you should squeeze me. How my poor cap aes With every squeeze you take. Every time I bait Every fish I ate; Every time I mate Every single crate, I'll be squeezing you.

KING OF CHEEZE (king of pain): 11

There's a little Cheeze Whiz on the shelf today It's the same old cheeze as yesterday; There a black spot over the experation date But It'll never go bad anyway. I have stood here for years next to the beans and peas, But I've got to be strong in case someone needs me; There's a customer somewhere that I've got to please, And it's my destiny to be the King of Cheeze. There's a little Cheeze Whiz on the shelf today (I was made at KRAFT) It's the same old cheeze as yesterday; (I was made at KRAFT) There a black spot over the experation date (I was made at KRAFT) But It'll never go bad anyway. (I was made at KRAFT) I have stood here for years next to the beans and peas, But I've got to be strong in case someone needs me; There's a customer somewhere that I've got to please, And it's my destiny to be the King of Cheeze. I'm a four-step modern miracle (I was made at KRAFT) I'm nutrified, emulsified cheeze food; (I was made at KRAFT) I have a shelf life of 400 years (I was made at KRAFT) The worst of Central Market's fears. (I was made at KRAFT) I have stood here for years next to the beans and peas, But I've got to be strong in case someone needs me; There's a customer somewhere that I've got to please, And it's my destiny to be the King of Cheeze. There's a tube on the shaft where I come out There's a form where I'm molded and punched out; There's a light to make sure that I'm cheezy There's a foul wrapper preserving my quality. There's a chance I may kill my owner (I was made at KRAFT) But not before the meal is over. (I was made at KRAFT) There's a little Cheeze Whiz on the shelf today It's the same old cheeze as yesterday; I have stood here for years next to the beans and peas, But I've got to be strong in case someone needs me; There's a customer somewhere that I've got to please, And it's my destiny to be the King of Cheeze......... King of Cheeze I'll always be the King of Cheeze.........

WRAPPED AROUND WITH CARDBOARD (wrapped around your finger):

I have only come here seeking food stuff. Things I thought they warned me of in health class I wish I had found something more natural That ooze will be here long from now

alternative lyrics to 'It's getting better all the time' by the Beatles

I'd have to admit it's getting better just a little better all the time; I'd have to admit it's getting better just a little better since Linux was mine. I used to be cruel to my users I'd BSDthem and kept them apart from the code that they loved; Man I was mean but I'm changing to Scheme and I'm using a Linux OS. I'd have to admit it's getting better just a little better all the time; I'd have to admit it's getting better just a little better since Linux was mine. I used to get mad at my tools the interface wasn't that cool; They're holding me down, can't play around filling me up with their rules. I'd have to admit it's getting better just a little better all the time; I'd have to admit it's getting better just a little better since Linux was mine. I wanted a better OS a GNU one with no install mess; I thought, "what the heck," and used deselect Debian Linux's the best. I'd have to admit it's getting better just a little better all the time; I'd have to admit it's getting better just a little better since Linux was mine.

Book Review: Adrenaline Junkies and Template Zombies

Adrenaline Junkies and Template Zombies: Understanding Patterns of Project Behavior Adrenaline Junkies and Template Zombies: Understanding Patterns of Project Behavior by Suzanne Robertson

My rating: 3 of 5 stars
As with most pattern books, this is one you flip through in an hour and then save it to refer back to. The strength of software management and development pattern books is describing problems that commonly occur, not really telling you how to fix them. Thus, hey tend to be frustrating because you’re left thinking, “how am I going to get this to work in my organization?” There is a certain level of detail in some of these patterns that’s refreshing, but most are just brief outlines of a software management or team-work problem.Still, they’re extremely helpful things to keep in mind which you may be forgetting (“The Empty Chair”) or no longer think applies to you (“Young Pups Old Dogs”), helpful advice if you must do it (“Offshore Follies”), to some that can be reduced to a clever quip, as in “War Room” where DeMarco says, “I’m beginning to think that a project not worth a war room may be a project not worth doing.”There’s solid advice in here, but the 0th pattern is “Be humble: never assume you have this shit figured out.” After that, many of them are extremely good advice.

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